Tamil Nadu: A corporation requests funding for fresh municipal initiatives

The municipal corporation has received 1.80 crore from private companies, organisations, and resident welfare organizations . The state government has contributed 3.40 crore to the scheme .

COIMBATORE: Since then, the municipal corporation has received 1.80 crore from private companies, organisations, and resident welfare organizations to carry out a new series of initiatives under the state's Namakku Naame Thittam initiative.According to the schemes scheme, the civic body has lined up proposals worth 5.21 crore with the state government contributing 3.40 crore.It is planning to carry out projects such as the construction of more classrooms and toilets in corporation-run schools, desilting of stormwater drains, and the rehabilitation of water bodies.Works in the region of 2.04 crore are either complete or in progress.

At a cost of 52 lakh and 17.5 lakh, additional classrooms were completed at Masakkalipalayam school and Ganesapuram school.Amirtha School in ward 13 is being constructed with bitumen road at a cost of 57 lakh.The construction of a stormwater drain at Kamarajar Salai at a cost of 20.50 lakh, as well as a toilet renovation at a cost of 8.9 lakh in Pappanaicken Palayam Primary School have been completed.According to corporation commissioner M Prathap, a plan to carry out projects worth 5.21 crore has been sent to the commissioner of municipal administration for review.